Timber Ridge: Healing, learning

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Posted: May 25, 2013

The Winchester Star

Timber Ridge School student Sasha Reid, 19, examines a slide before looking at it under the microscope in his biology class. (Photo by Ginger Perry/The Winchester Star)
Eileen Martelli, Timber Ridge School clinical director, talks with Sasha Reid (right) and another student. (Photo by Ginger Perry/The Winchester Star)
Sasha Reid gets some help in the computer lab from Timber Ridge School career life instructor Leighton Henry.
Students Marcus Johnson and Sasha Reid talk outside one of the school’s apartment-style housing units.
Timber Ridge School director of admissions Jeff Phillips talks to two students by the campus lake.
Marcus Johnson (right) and another Timber Ridge School student play a video game during some leisure time in one of the residences.
Sasha and Marcus, along with school director of educational services Jennie Johnson, check to see if a bluebird house is occupied as they take a walk along the Bluebird Trail on the campus.

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At Timber Ridge School’s idyllic 217-acre setting in northern Frederick County, rustic log cabins and grassy fields promote peace and respite.

 

Students stroll across...



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